Caucasians, as far as we know, incline now and then to overstatement. Like Mir Mayakow does, wich extremes of his surrounding rugged landscape is mirowed in his music. For the 1979 born artstudent, son of an chemist and an local farmer, it was from the beginning on important, to reflect the japanese and british industrialinluences in his collages. This geographic and music exceptional position causes this extrem-art. Throbbing Gristle from the westside, and the japanese noise-mesh, maybe classified to his maininfluences.
Mayakow is still living in a lost Cold War bunker, and proclaims his opposition to western consumer society and the eastern philosophy. He knows this influences very well, because he is living for a very long time on the border between europe and asia. Anyway, Mayakow is known as an exception-artist both, in the western and eastern avantgarde, who also integrates at his liveacts performative elements of the two cultures to his noise(house)coulisse and brings them to fusion.
1 - 01-mir-krupnyj_kino-dimitri
2 - 02-mir-krupnyj_kino-beiss_zu
3 - 03-mir-krupnyj_kino-bitside
4 - 04-mir-krupnyj_kino-sing_with_me
5 - 05-mir-krupnyj_kino-moltschaliwyj_wojska
6 - 06-mir-krupnyj_kino-sing_with_me_echodrops
7 - 07-mir-krupnyj_kino-konjez_byt_njet_zjel
Run time 36:44See also MusicBrainz (release group); MusicBrainz (release)
8 - 08-mir-krupnyj_kino-fr_weinberger
September 25, 2007
i am living in burma now for about ten years and before i lived near your place in kaukasus. for us monks, your songs, exspecially "beiss zu" is our energy for the coming revolution - thank you very much for beeing with us, in this metaphysically way and your beautiful encouraging music.
peace and free burma!